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Images taken with the Hyperstar and SXV-H9C Camera

Once again several different datasets have been combined using Registar and slightly processed to give these rather deep results.

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Managed to process the full width of this image which I didn’t think I’d manage to do when I started on this one earlier today.

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Managed to squeeze out a bigger crop which brought in the top of M42 at the bottom of the image.

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I used Registar to add together all the data I had on the Running Man nebula in Orion.  This amounted to well over 80 hours of total exposure time including some recent 5 x 1,000 second subs from the Hyperstar III.  The reason for the 8-spiked stars is that the spikes were orientated differently in different datasets (I’ve no idea why).

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I used Registar to create this composite of Hyperstar I and Hyperstar III data taken of the Whirlpool galaxy, M51.  Around 3 and a half hours of f#2 data taken with an 11″ SCT.  Clearly worth getting even more data in this region.

 

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The version below – but a little brighter :)

Looking at this image with fresh eyes this morning rather than towards midnight last night – it looked to dark overall, so brightened it up a bit.

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This is a composite image showing the Leo Trio region.  Hyperstar III data taken on 21st March 2010 has been combined with older Hyperstar 1/H9C (2-frames) data from much earlier.  The composite was created using the powerful registering program Registar.

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The Rosette nebula reprocessed using the proper procedure in Registar.

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The same final process twiddles carried out on the Registar composite image of the Monkey Head nebula :)

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Carried out some final (?) processing twiddles on the Rosette composite – think it’s just about there now :)

 

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